Adele Cancels Final Two Shows At Wembley Stadium Due To Damaged Vocal Cords: ‘I’m Sorry’

After 121 shows, Adele’s world tour is coming to an end sooner than expected.

On Friday, the singer shared a heartbreaking note that revealed she had to cancel her final two shows at Wembley Stadium. The shows were scheduled to happen over the weekend on July 1 and July 2 to sold out crowds.

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“I don’t even know how to start this,” the singer started the note. “The last two nights at Wembley have been the biggest and best shows of my life,” Adele admitted.

In the note, the singer revealed she struggled her way through her recent shows and pushed harder than she should have. As a result, the singer strained her voice and went to see a doctor because her voice would not open up.

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“On medical advice, I simply am unable to perform over the weekend,” Adele revealed. “To say I am heartbroken would be a complete understatement,” she continued.

“It’s as if my whole career has been building up to these 4 shows,” the “Someone Like You” singer said to her fans. It’s unclear if the shows will be rescheduled as of right now, but refunds will be made available if they are not. More information regarding her final two shows at Wembley Stadium will be released in the coming days.

In 2011, after being forced to cancel a slew of concerts due to her strained voice, the singer had surgery on her vocal cords.

Fans have quickly responded to Adele’s note and are by the singer’s side:



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